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Citeh vs L'Arse on the 2nd day of the season. Exaccly what I want to see. 

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Arsenal vs Leicester City* is the 2nd game according to that.

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Aren't these always the legit lists, just pre-police and TV channels editing it.

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Our Nov/Dec & Mar/Apr is make or break

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23 minutes ago, TF S4DK said:

Aren't these always the legit lists, just pre-police and TV channels editing it.

Correct

And weve asked to have our last 2 games away from home so this cant be right

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Chelsea, Utd, Liverpool b2b :lol:

 

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23 minutes ago, LS said:

Chelsea, Utd, Liverpool b2b :lol:

 

Your a top side now 

You should be able to win all three even if they all park the bus.

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40 minutes ago, O Fenomeno said:

Your a top side now 

You should be able to win all three even if they all park the bus.

it's a new era

shit on a stick no more :) 

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Premier League champions Leicester City will begin their title defence at promoted Hull City on 13 August.
 

The big game of the opening weekend sees Arsenal host Liverpool.

Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola will not have long to wait to meet, with their new clubs, Manchester United and Manchester City respectively, due to clash at Old Trafford on 10 September.

And West Ham's first league match at their new Olympic Stadium home will be against Bournemouth on 20 August.

For the first time, there will be regular Premier League fixtures held on a Friday night.


Other key moments:

  • Mourinho faces Antonio Conte's Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on 22 October
  • The first north London derby, at the Emirates, is scheduled for 5 November
  • The first Merseyside derby is at Goodison Park on 17 December
  • And Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool take on Guardiola's Manchester City at Anfield on New Year's Eve

Opening fixtures:

13 August:

AFC Bournemouth v Manchester United

Arsenal v Liverpool

Burnley v Swansea City

Chelsea v West Ham United

Crystal Palace v West Bromwich Albion

Everton v Tottenham Hotspur

Hull City v Leicester City

Manchester City v Sunderland

Middlesbrough v Stoke City

Southampton v Watford

Final games:

 

Your team's fixtures in full

Click on the links for each team

All fixtures and kick-off times are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made.

 

 

 
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Last 2 ever games at WHL will be interesting

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Might lump on pochettino getting sacked 

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It's written in the stars. Arsenal to win the league at WHL for their last ever season there. Guard of honour at home following game to United.

Mourinho would fucking lose his marbles. :lmao:

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We should be winning all 5 opening games 

 

 

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If we're in contention those last 5 games 

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Full TV fixtures

Saturday 13 August
Hull City v Leicester City (Sky Sports, 12:30)
Manchester City v Sunderland (BT Sport, 5:30)

Sunday 14 August
Bournemouth v Manchester United (Sky Sports, 1:30)
Arsenal v Liverpool (Sky Sports, 4pm)

Monday 15 August
Chelsea v West Ham (Sky Sports, 8pm)

Friday 19 August
Manchester United v Southampton (Sky Sports, 8pm)

Saturday 20 August
Stoke City v Manchester City (Sky Sports, 12:30)
Leicester v Arsenal (BT Sport, 5:30)

Sunday 21 August
Sunderland v Middlesbrough (Sky Sports, 1:30)
West Ham v Bournemouth (Sky Sports, 4pm)

Saturday 27 August
Tottenham v Liverpool (Sky Sports, 12:30)
Hull v Manchester United (BT Sport, 5:30)

Sunday 28 August
West Brom v Middlesbrough (Sky Sports, 1:30)
Manchester City v West Ham (Sky Sports, 4pm)

Saturday 10 September
Manchester United v Manchester City (Sky Sports, 12:30)
Liverpool v Leicester City (BT Sport, 5:30)

Sunday 11 September
Swansea v Chelsea (Sky Sports, 4pm)

Monday 12 September
Sunderland v Everton (Sky Sports, 8pm)

Friday 16 September
Chelsea v Liverpool (Sky Sports, 8pm)

Saturday 17 September
Everton v Middlesbrough (BT Sport, 5:30)

Sunday 18 September
Watford v Manchester United (BT Sport, 12pm)
Crystal Palace v Stoke (Sky Sports, 2:15)
Tottenham v Sunderland (Sky Sports, 4:30)

Saturday 24 September
Manchester United v Leicester City (Sky Sports, 12:30)
Arsenal v Chelsea (BT Sport, 5:30)

Sunday 25 September
West Ham v Southampton (Sky Sports, 4pm)

Monday 26 September
Burnley v Watford (Sky Sports, 8pm)

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